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The discovery of the earliest specialised Middle Neolithic pottery workshop in western Thessaly, central Greece

  • Athanasia Krahtopoulou (a1), Anastasia Dimoula (a2), Alexandra Livarda (a3) and Niki Saridaki (a4)
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Disparity in recorded Neolithic activity between the eastern and western Thessaly plain in central Greece is being redressed by the ‘Long Time No See’ landscape project. A recently discovered pottery kiln complex at Magoula Rizava tell site offers exciting new evidence for intra-regional pottery production and circulation during the Middle Neolithic period.

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